Anonymous Tip Line
If you have information about a serious crime
- We pay up to $1000 if info leads to an arrest
- You do not need to give your name or testify
- We don't record calls or use Caller ID
Call TOLL FREE 1-800-773-2587
RECORDS EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
Belleville Police Department is a 24 hour full service
agency. The department provides many services to the
residents including: road patrol, criminal
investigation, traffic control, citizen assistance, and
other related activities.
It is the department's
goal to earn and maintain the confidence of the
actively patrolling city streets, responding promptly to
calls for assistance, and interacting with our local
schools, civic organizations, and individual citizens.
The effective prevention and suppression of crime is
largely dependent upon the existence of a cooperative
partnership between the Police Department and the
community at large.
The City is
very proud of the men and women of this department
& hope that residents will take advantage of the many
services offered to enhance the quality of life in
you have any specific questions or concerns of a
non-emergency nature, please call the Police Department
at 734.699.2710 from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. If you need an officer dispatched, contact 734.699.2395 (24 hours).
immediate response for police, fire, and
ambulance-related emergencies, DIAL 911.
Obtain a copy of a report at the above address Hours: 8:30 am - 12pm/ 1pm - 5pm Monday
residents can be fingerprinted for employment and other
identification purposes All identification
fingerprinting is done on Wednesdays during record
department office hours. Fee: $11
permits and safety inspections are available to City
residents during record department office
Safety Programs -
Belleville Police Department fingerprints and
photographs children free of charge as part of it's
Child ID program. The fingerprints and photographs
are packaged and given to the children's parents for
safekeeping, if a child is lost, the parents can use the
Child ID packet to provide information which could lead
to the child's recovery.
Belleville Police Department encourages all residents to
mark items of value with their ID number. The best
number to use for this purpose is a household member's
driver's license number. Using the drivers license
number allows police officers to more easily trace
recovered items back to their owners.
Use of Social Security numbers for purposes of marking
valuables is not encouraged because the number is not
easily traceable since Social Security records are
department has engravers available on loan for anyone
interested interested in marking their items of value.
The Department also has free window stickers that
advertise the fact that items of value have been marked.
Neighborhood Watch -
Belleville Police Department sponsors an active
neighborhood watch program. Members meet monthly to
discuss neighborhood concerns and incidents.
Neighborhood Watch members are the "eyes and ears" of
the police department
The Belleville Police Department is seeking Certified candidates for full and part-time police officers. Applicants should complete an Application Form and turn it into the Belleville Police Department by January 12, 2017. An Oral Board before the Belleville Civil Service Board will be held on January 18, 2017 for qualified applicants. There is presently one full-time and two part-time positions open. Police Application for Employment